Sorry Wrong Number Book Vs Movie Essay

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I believe that the movie Sorry Wrong Number was better than the reading and here's why. While reading the script of the play it didn't create that good of suspense. First example is when Mrs.Stevenson called her husband but hen overheard the killers was more suspenseful.(SWN, Lucille Fletcher) This was more suspenseful than the text because you can see her reaction. My second piece of evidence is Mrs.Stevenson heard the killer in the house you could see the suspense.(SWN, Lucille Fletcher) You could see the suspense because how scared she was. My last piece of evidence is when she died at the end it made the audience more into it and question.(SWN, Lucille Fletcher) This made the movie better because you could actually see what happened when she died.That is how suspense makes the movie better. I believe that Sorry Wrong Number the movie was better than the reading and here is why. In the movie you could see how the was Mrs.Stevenson talked to people. My first piece of evidence is when she was talking to the operator she sounded very rude.(SWN, Lucille Fletcher) In the text you couldn't really hear the way Mrs.Stevenson talked but in the movie you could. My second evidence is that when talking to the police she had a huge attitude were the police couldn't handle her.(SWN,…show more content…
In the movie they played music to make it suspenseful. My first piece of text is that when Mrs.Stevenson heard the killer in her house the music changed to scary suspenseful music.(SWN, Lucille Fletcher) This made the movie better because when reading the text there was no suspenseful music to make it more interesting. Another, piece of evidence is that when figuring out that the husband sign a contract to kill Mrs.Stevenson the music changed to scary.(SWN, Lucille Fletcher) That made the movie better because the music is what the audience more interested. That is how the music makes the movie
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